Bradley Basketball News You Can’t Miss

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Bradley Basketball’s recent successes

Bradley Basketball has been on a roll lately, with several key wins under their belt. The team is currently ranked number one in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC), and show no signs of slowing down. In addition to their recent successes on the court, Bradley basketball has also been making headlines off the court.

Most recently, senior player Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye was named MVC Defensive Player of the Year. This is a huge honor, and a testament to Lautier-Ogunleye’s hard work and dedication to the team. In addition to this award, Lautier-Ogunleye was also named to the All-MVC First Team. This is an incredible accomplishment, and one that the whole team is celebrating.

Bradley Basketball has definitely had a lot to celebrate lately, and shows no signs of slowing down. Be sure to follow them closely this season to see how they continue to impress!

Bradley Basketball’s upcoming schedule

The Bradley Braves men’s basketball team represents Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. The Braves compete in the Missouri Valley Conference and play their home games at Carver Arena. Bradley last played in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament in 2006.

The Bradley Braves Basketball team is scheduled to play the following opponents during the 18-19 season

Opponent Location Date
Southern Illinois Edwardsville Peoria, IL November 6, 2018
Missouri State Springfield, MO November 10, 2018
Florida Gulf Coast Fort Myers FL November 23-24, 2018
UCF Orlando, FL December 1, 2018
Wichita State Peoria, IL January 5, 2019
Loyola (Chicago) Chicago, IL January 12, 2019
Indiana State Terre Haute IN January 19, 2019
Northern Iowa

Bradley Basketball’s star players

In Bradley Basketball we have 4 star players Our team can’t miss them on the court!

Bradley Basketball’s star players are:
– Xavier Simpson
– Jordon Poole
– Franz Wagner
– David McCormack

Bradley Basketball’s head coach

Bradley Basketball’s Head Coach Brian Wardle, has been busy lately. His team has been on a roll, winning four out of their last five games. Coach Wardle attributes the team’s success to their hard work and dedication.

“Our guys have been working really hard,” he said. “They’re doing a great job of buying into our system and trusting each other.”

The team’s next game is against Indiana State on Saturday. Coach Wardle is confident that his team can continue their winning ways.

“We just have to keep doing what we’re doing,” he said. “If we keep working hard and playing together, we’ll be fine.”

Bradley Basketball’s assistant coaches

With the season just around the corner, let’s take a look at Bradley Basketball’s assistant coaches Matt Graves and Chuck Grant come to the Braves with a wealth of experience and knowledge of the game.

Graves, who will serve as the team’s primary offensive assistant, comes to Bradley after 12 seasons as an Assistant Coach at Iowa State Grant, who will focus on defense, comes to Bradley from Valparaiso where he spent the last four seasons as an assistant coach

Both coaches have a wealth of experience and knowledge of the game and will be a great asset to the team. We’re excited to see what they can do!

Bradley Basketball’s recruiting class

The Bradley Basketball team’s recruiting class is ranked in the top 100 for the first time in program history.

Head coach Brian Wardle and his staff have put together a class that features four-star forward Ja’Shon Henry, three-star center Anthony Melchiori, and three-star guard Danya Kingsby.

The Braves’ Recruiting Class is currently ranked No. 97 in the country by 247Sports Composite Team Rankings.

Bradley Basketball’s development team

The Bradley Basketball Development team is hard at work honing their skills and developing their game. Here are some highlights of their recent progress:

-The team has been working on their shooting, and they are now hitting an average of 45% from the three-point line

-They have also been improving their defense, and they are now able to shut down opposing teams’ top scorers

-Their fitness levels have also increased, and they are now able to run the court faster and jump higher than ever before.

Bradley Basketball’s alumni

As the season approaches, there is a lot of talk about the team. Who will step up? Who will be the star player? But, what about the Bradley Basketball alumni? Here are some players you may not know are part of the Bradley Basketball Family

--Tony Bennett Bennett was part of the Bradley basketball team from 2001-2005. He was part of the team that went to the Sweet Sixteen in 2005. He is currently the head coach at Virginia.
-Jim Les: Les was a member of the Bradley Basketball team from 1984-1987 and is currently the Head Coach at Cal State Bakersfield.
-Jerome Randle: Randle played for Bradley Basketball from 2007-2010. He is currently playing professionally in Turkey.

Bradley Basketball’s fans

Every Bradley Basketball Fan knows that the team’s fans are some of the best in the nation. From die-hards who travel to every game to students who fill the arena on game day Bradley fans show their support in a variety of ways.

Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just getting to know the team, here are some Bradley basketball news items you can’t miss.

Bradley Basketball’s impact on the community

In Bradley Basketball, we understand the impact that our organization has on the lives of our fans and followers. We are committed to using our platform to make a positive difference in the world, whether it be through our annual holiday toy drive or our partnership with local schools and organizations. We are proud to be a part of the Peoria community and we are committed to making a positive impact.

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